Update: NetBeans rocks JShell – Solution available

In my last post [1] I reported that Robert Field provided me a patch: As I suggested, JShell observes a file even if the editor had not been started from within the shell. My idea was to automatically switch into a wait mode when the editor had not been started from within the shell. Maybe this idea had been to complicated. With the chosen solution a simple wait option is added which has to be provided while setting the editor: Continue reading “Update: NetBeans rocks JShell – Solution available”

NetBeans rocks JShell

Some weeks ago I posted about “Cool stuff: NetBeans and JShell” [1]. Sadly, JShell did not observe the editor if the editor (e.g. gedit) had not been started from within the shell. Thus, you could not have used NetBeans as editor if the shell had been started within the NetBeans terminal window.

I discussed this problem with Robert Field (@JShellRobert). Today he provided me a patch. It uses a new option “-wait” and performs really great. With many thanks to Robert! Continue reading “NetBeans rocks JShell”